Friday, December 3, 2010


Celebrate the Lord non-stop. I repeat - celebrate! Let your hair down!~Phillipians 4:4 (Laughingbird)

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Gift of Holiness

“To that Lord, I mean, who is the Spirit of holiness, and where the Spirit of holiness is, there also is [the joy that comes from] freedom from the vexatious slavery of ritual obedience.” 2 Corinthians 3:17
Shuttleworth Translation

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Stinky do do or yum DONE

Could Jesus do what he has absolutely DONE any more perfectly? Is there any more required?......

Rejoice and celebrate the wonderfully DONE. All of which is a gift (the DONE..the rejoicing...the believing...the thankfulness) already given, already got: to completely satisfy us (and Daddy God: we are one) right now!
The cry from the church, street corner and all over no longer lies like more, more, more....listen...yummy free perfect Gift already in your belly......Jesus.... Effortlessly- restful- rejoicing thankfulness: enough, enough, enough i am completely satisfied with what perfect JESUS has done perfectly. New perfect creation!

Friday, November 5, 2010

He died your death!


2:2The testimony of God is my only persuasion concerning you: Jesus Christ died your death on the cross! I can see you in no other light!


2:8 Your salvation was a grace thing from start to finish, you had no hand in it; because it is all God's gift to you, because He believes in you.

2:9 If this could be accomplished through any action of yours then there would be ground for boasting, (but you did not even invent faith. It was His faith in you that made you believe in Him.)


Saturday, October 30, 2010

DIY Tree or Life Tree?

No amount of scrubbing can make you clean when you are totally clean already! There is a happy message that informs us that all D.I.Y systems are irrelevant::::::::::

God's wisdom (revealed in the success of the cross) puts the rest out of business! (When it comes to real answers to the dilemma of mankind,) they have all closed shop, the airy-fairy's, the philosophers, the academics, the smooth-talkers, the lot!
1Co 1:21

By suspicious scrutiny the sense-ruled world surveys the works of God in creation and still do not recognise or acknowledge him; in sharp contrast to this, the foolishness of the message we proclaim brings God's work of saving (his image in) us into faith's focus. (What we preach cancels every basis for boasting in personal contribution, this seems folly to the DIY systems of this world.)
1Co 1:22

The Jews crave signs (to confirm their doubts)
while the Greeks revel in philosophical debate!

(Both groups are addicted to the soul realm)
1Co 1:23

The crucified Christ is the message we publicly proclaim, to the disgust of the Jews while the Greeks think we are wacky!
1Co 1:24

The dynamic of God's wisdom is the fact that both Jew and Greek are surnamed in Christ.
1Co 1:25

It seems so foolish that God should die man's death on the cross, it seems so weak of God to suffer such insult; yet man's wisest schemes and most powerful display of genius cannot even begin to comprehend or compete with God in his weakest moment on the cross.
1Co 1:26

You might as well admit it my Brothers, it was not your academic qualifications or your good looks or social connections that influenced God to identify you in Christ.
1Co 1:27

It is almost as if God deliberately handpicked the wacky of this world to embarrass the wise; the rejects to put to shame the noble.
1Co 1:28-------Mirror Translation

Sunday, October 24, 2010


2:17 However, if in our quest to discover righteousness by faith in what Christ did for us, we find that it is still possible to stumble, do not now label yourself a sinner yet again! The fact that you sinned does not cancel the cross of Christ and gives you no reason to abandon justification by faith as if Christ is to be blamed for your distraction! That would be absurd! (Now all of a sudden you want to keep the law again to further add to your righteousness as if Christ did not achieve enough. Do not let your experience invent a new grace-law mixture doctrine.)

2:18 Only a con artist will try to be a law-man and a grace-man at the same time!

2:19 My co-crucifixion with Christ is valid! I am not making this up; in His death I died to the old system of trying to please God with my own good behavior! God made me alive together with Christ (in His resurrection! Hos.6:2, Eph.2:5. How can any human effort improve on this!)

2:20 The terms, co-crucified and co-alive defines me now. Christ in me and I in Him! (John 14:20) His sacrificial love is evidence of His persuasion of my righteousness! (He believes in my innocence; it would be offensive to continue to seek to be justified by personal effort!)

2:21 It is a insult to the grace of God to prefer Moses to Jesus!
If the law could justify you then Jesus wasted His time dying your death!
(That would reduce salvation to a ludicrous contest between your obedience and the obedience of Christ! Rom.5:19)

Galatians - Mirror translation.

Perfect in Christ

The words we speak resonate revelation wisdom in those who understand how perfect they are in Christ; this wisdom supersedes every secular kind; suddenly what once seemed wise and good advice has become useless information. (All popular programs towards improved moral behaviour are now outdated. 1Co 1:30 By God's design are we associated in Christ; he is our claim to fame! He is our wisdom; a wisdom that reveals how righteous, sanctified and redeemed we are in Him. In God's economy, Christ represents us; what man could never achieve through personal discipline and willpower as taught in every religion, God's faith accomplished on behalf of man.)
1 Corinthians 2:6 Mirror translation


Saturday, October 23, 2010

successfully completed work of the cross

1:9 Let me be blatant and clear about this: any gospel that does not emphasise the successfully completed work of the cross is a counterfeit and produces nothing but the curse! - Mirror Translation

Saturday, September 11, 2010


who first saved us and then called us to this holy work. We had nothing to do with it. It was all his idea, a gift prepared for us in Jesus long before we knew anything about it.
But we know it now. Since the appearance of our Savior, nothing could be plainer: death defeated, life vindicated in a steady blaze of light, all through the work of Jesus.
2 Timothy 1:9, 10 MSG

Saturday, August 28, 2010

Party Gift

He wanted us to enter into the celebration of his lavish gift-giving by the hand of his beloved Son. (Ephesians 1:6 MSG) .....accepted in the beloved... (KJV)

Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Saturday, August 14, 2010


3:13 Instead, remind one another daily of your true identity; make today count! Do not allow callousness of heart to cheat any of you for even a single day out of your allotted portion.

3:14 What we have become in our union with Christ must be taken to its ultimate conclusion. Do not cancel out your confident start by making a poor finish. 
(Starting in faith then going back to the law of works.)

3:15 Every day is an extension of God's today; hear his voice, do not harden your heart. The stubborn rebellion of Israel brought them nowhere.

3:16 The same people who experienced God's mighty act of deliverance out of Egypt under the leadership of Moses were the very ones who rebelled.

3:17 They grieved him for forty years in the wilderness until they were reduced to nothing.

3:18 He vowed that their unbelief would preclude them from possessing the place of his promise. 
(His rest, based on the perfect restoration of his likeness revealed in man through Christ. Genesis 1:26,31, 2:1,2)

3:19 The point is this: even though they survived by supernatural means in the wilderness for forty years, they failed to grasp what God had in mind for them. Their own unbelief disqualified them. 
(You can experience God's supernatural provision and protection and yet remain outside his rest. The ultimate proof of faith is not experience of the supernatural, but entering into his rest. His rest celebrates his perfect work; it finds its definition and reference in Gen.1:31, 1 Kings 6:7 and Col.2:9,10. He longs for you to discover your own completeness and perfection as seen from his point of view. His rest is sustained in you by what he sees, knows and says about you in reference to the finished work of Christ.) ---The Mirror translation


rest,[G2663 κατάπαυσις * katapausis * kat-ap'-ow-sis * From G2664[G2664 καταπαύω * katapauō * kat-ap-ow'-o * From G2596[G2596 κατά * kata * kat-ah' * A primary particle; (preposition) down (in place or time), in varied relations (according to the case [genitive, dative or accusative] with which it is joined): - about, according as (to), after, against, (when they were) X alone, among, and, X apart, (even, like) as (concerning, pertaining to, touching), X aside, at, before, beyond, by, to the charge of, [charita-] bly, concerning, + covered, [dai-] ly, down, every, (+ far more) exceeding, X more excellent, for, from . . . to, godly, in (-asmuch, divers, every, -to, respect of), . . . by, after the manner of, + by any means, beyond (out of) measure, X mightily, more, X natural, of (up-) on (X part), out (of every), over against, (+ your) X own, + particularly, so, through (-oughout, -oughout every), thus, (un-) to (-gether, -ward), X uttermost, where (-by), with. In composition it retains many of these applications, and frequently denotes opposition, distribution or intensity. [Find] ] and G3973[G3973 παύω * pauō * pow'-o * A primn. verb ("pause"); to stop (transitive or intransitive), that is, restrain, quit, desist, come to an end: - cease, leave, refrain. [Find] ]; to settle down, that is, (literally) to colonize, or (figuratively) to (cause to) desist: - cease, (give) rest (-rain). [Find] ]; reposing down, that is, (by Hebraism) abode: - rest.



grace?[G5485 χάρις * charis * khar'-ece * From G5463[G5463 χαίρω * chairō * khah'ee-ro * A primary verb; to be full of "cheer", that is, calmly happy or well off; impersonal especially as a salutation (on meeting or parting), be well: - farewell, be glad, God speed, greeting, hail, joy (-fully), rejoice. [Find] ]; graciousness (as gratifying), of manner or act (abstract or concrete; literal, figurative or spiritual; especially the divine influence upon the heart, and its reflection in the life; including gratitude): - acceptable, benefit, favour, gift, grace (-ious), joy liberality, pleasure, thank (-s, -worthy).


Monday, August 2, 2010

Drunk off the Love that breathed out the Sun

You show me a party thrown with all your money.
i'll show you a party blast with bliss oh so runny: 

and ya don't need silver or gold!

Up here in Bamaga, Booze ups and the rest happen only when money is there to fund the drunken sand castle parties! So you have long dry weeks in between.
Who wants to be dry?

There is a endless celebration!
The party you were made for!
The Joyfest that all nations desire! The One you desire!
You can get drunk off the love that holds up the Sun!

Thursday, July 29, 2010

Good news plus

Click on link below for super human writings:

Sweet happy message!

6:6 We perceive that our old identity was co-crucified together with Him, this concludes that the vehicle that accommodated sin in us, was scrapped and rendered entirely useless. Our slavery to sin has come to an end. 

2:19 My co-crucifixion with Christ is valid! I am not making this up; in His death I died to the old system of trying to please God with my own good behavior! God made me alive together with Christ (in His resurrection! Hos.6:2, Eph.2:5. How can any human effort improve on this!)
2:20 The terms, co-crucified and co-alive defines me now. Christ in me and I in Him! 
(John 14:20) His sacrificial love is evidence of His persuasion of my righteousness! (He believes in my innocence; it would be offensive to continue to seek to be justified by personal effort!)
The Mirror Translation

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Party Notes put together by Winnie Coco Banov

Click the link to find:

You can strum a happy tune even when sore!

Last night some sort of fever tried to smash me:
Strumming the sweet melodies of Jesus i got Happy and before i went to sleep:

Headache throb: nothing
Trippy temps: nothing
dripping nose: nothing

Sweet sleep: Lots

Somewhere in the middle of that i talked to a heap of ants on my kitchen bench and told them all to leave my house. (At school the cleaner is applying loads of surface spray both yesterday and today) Tonight i looked and not a sign of any ants. Sweet Saviour

Thursday, July 22, 2010

A rainbow was up this morning. The place I was driving to was at the end of it: a school on the bank of a river. Tasty!

Saturday, July 17, 2010

Sweeeeet Rest
6:5 We were like seeds planted together in the same soil, to be raised up to life together. If we were included in His death we are equally included in His resurrection.

6:6 We perceive that our old identity was co-crucified together with Him, this concludes that the vehicle that accommodated sin in us, was scrapped and rendered entirely useless. Our slavery to sin has come to an end.

6:7 If nothing else stops you from doing something wrong, death certainly does.
6:8 Faith sees us joined in His death and alive with Him in His resurrection.

6:9 It is plain for all to see that death lost its dominion over Christ in His resurrection, he need not ever die again to prove a further point.

6:10 His appointment with death was a once-off. As far as sin is concerned, He is dead. This is the final testimony of the fact that sin’s power over man is destroyed. Now it is all life as far as God is concerned. His life reveals an uninterrupted union with the life of God.

6:11 This reasoning is equally relevant to you. Make the calculation, you died and are now alive unto God. You are absent to sin and present with God in Christ Jesus who is our Master.

Friday, May 7, 2010

Liking the Mirror Translation

3:15 Appoint the peace of Christ as umpire in your hearts; we are all identified in the same person, there is only one body. You exist to transmit favor.

3:16 Christ is the language of God’s logic. Let His message sink into you copiously with unlimited vocabulary, taking wisdom to its most complete conclusion. This makes your fellowship an environment of instruction in an atmosphere of music. Every lesson is a reminder, echoing in every song you sing, whether it be a Psalm (raving about God in praise and worship accompanied by musical instruments) or a hymn (a testimony song) or a song in the spirit (a new spontaneous prophetic song). Grace fuels your heart with inspired music to the Lord.

Colossians (Mirror Translation)

Friday, April 23, 2010

Selfless or Selfish?

19-21It is obvious what kind of life develops out of trying to get your own way all the time: repetitive, loveless, cheap sex; a stinking accumulation of mental and emotional garbage; frenzied and joyless grabs for happiness; trinket gods; magic-show religion; paranoid loneliness; cutthroat competition; all-consuming-yet-never-satisfied wants; a brutal temper; an impotence to love or be loved; divided homes and divided lives; small-minded and lopsided pursuits; the vicious habit of depersonalizing everyone into a rival; uncontrolled and uncontrollable addictions; ugly parodies of community. I could go on.

- The message: Galations 5

Friday, April 16, 2010

My bros Wedding

Bala Gabe and Nadia got married last weekend.

On my other blog i wrote a bit about my brother G's relationship:

I was not at the wedding but i hear good reports from a number of people.

Blessings all yours G and N

Friday, February 26, 2010

Fights/ payback

Breif of an experience one of my bros (let's just call him G)had last weekend:
-His little bro got drunk and got in a fight over a girl or something. His little bro punched the other fellas teeth in ( and that is not jargon for a win)
-He found out and told his bro to say sorry. He went with his bro and saw them shake hands and sorrys.
- a little while after my bro G was out the back of the house hanging washing. He had an urge to pray for peace. He said something like: thank you God for your peace.
- meanwhile out the front a car pulled and an angry man yelled out for G's little bro. The angry man ( uncle to the boy with the broken teeth) said stuff like: meet us at this particular place and you two can fight like men.
- G's bro wanted to and he ran around the back of the house. G had heard none of this but had just thanking the Lord for peace when his bro ran around the corner telling him the news.
- G was trying to tell his bro: you two have already shaken hands and said sorry.
- G's bro insisted to go. They got there: a place with a small fenced in area. The angry man said to G's bro: you two go inside that fence and the winner is the one who walks out. I want to point out that I am told this angry man was once a youth church leader.
- G started talking straight to him: no this is wrong. Then he started preaching to the angry man. This in turn made him more angry and he took G by the collar. G kept repeating that Jesus loved the angry man. He got so angry and said I will see you in he'll I'll be at the gate and we can hold hands as we go in. Bro G said somthing like: if you choose that way you will have to go alone. G called the boys to him and was told that they were not keen: the boy with the teeth broke said the if he didn't fight again his uncle would hit him.
- G and his bros went home. G copped it a bit from his bros but he just kept repeating: that's not the way.
- He told his parents and they wanted to press charges against the angry man. G said no God will visit him tonight on his bed.
G said he wants to follow up to see if the angry man realises some of the goodness of God yet.
From The urge to pray for peace circumstances were moved.

-/~Vengence is mine says the Lord. It is impossible for the Lord to lie: so it is his and nobody elses full stop. If you think it is yours- that thought is a lie. I'm pretty sure even a pay back serial killer's heart still crys out something to the tune of I can't get no, satisfaction.

- Repay evil with good like my Daddy God.


Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Brief updates

Sharing a meal with 2 Friends:

They told me some of their experiences over the past week (as i remember it):

-They went to be with the rejected in hospital: PNG sisters that felt neglected and separated from even the sick- (in cairns hospital).

-God made a way for their accommodation and transport.

-Got feed back from sister on healing of headache and sleeplessness.

-They left their car at the airport for two weeks. Usually after two days the battery is flat and will not start. This time after about a week and a half it started first go ( i Jarah: had it in mind before they even tried that it would start)

- Gave me a report about a family they met: who lost (dead) a couple of loved ones in the sea after being forced to swim to an Island (something to do with a boat sinking). Now they are wanting to follow Jesus as new creations.

-Told me of belief in God to give new hip to her daughter even after the doctors said surgery was required. X-rays in a week or two to confirm.

Saturday, February 13, 2010

Fully Finished

"Paul’s language is the new language for the New Creation. You won’t hear from Paul’s lips some of the phrases that are commonly heard from many Christian lips.
In the New Creation language you won’t find longing and wanting. You will find endless praises declaring that the waiting and wanting is over. It’s a language and song of blissful fulfillment and ecstatic satisfaction.
It is the New Song mentioned in the Psalms and in Revelation. It is the song of men made into the home of God, the song of mortals transformed and swallowed by Life.
The language of the New Creation is the inner realities of the heart spoken out loud for all to hear and be made jealous. It declares, “I have already been crucified with Christ”, it sings, “I am altogether new”. It boasts in the revelation of what Christ has accomplished.
Isn’t it heart wrenching that so many believers don’t know how to speak this language. They are stuck in the undone instead of floating in the finished.
Some of the phrases of the old language is this: “I must nail myself to the cross every day” or “I’m just a sinner saved by grace” or “Lord you saved me but now come and cleanse me” or “every day I’ve got to die to my flesh”.
Obviously the list goes on, and for the sheer fact that I hate hearing them I will say no more of these faithless jabberings." - Benjamin Dunn

"“More of the Holy Spirit” is the prayer of so many Christians. But the Holy Spirit is not “it”, like fire or oil; he is “He”, the Third Person of the Trinity. A person cannot appear in percentages, and neither does the Holy Spirit. He is always fully there, fully present – if we let Him and appropriate Him by faith. Be blessed, and Good Morning from Florida."- Reinhard BONNKE

"Yes, let us desire miracles and the endless, wondrous realms of heaven. But don't forget that heaven is at our hands. Forget not that heaven has invaded our hearts like a king conquering a foreign land needing permission from none. Forget not that Jesus is heaven and that He does not come and go. He abides with us and in us always. He, once and for all, opened heaven for all to taste and to drink their fill."-Benjamin Dunn

Saturday, January 30, 2010


SS 8:7 Many waters cannot quench love, neither can the floods drown it.............
Wet season up here: gathered together this morning with some Injinoo mob. Receiving kisses from and kissing Daddy God. Cheering.
Funeral yesterday. Are we going to stay ripped off? Or bust out in treasures from the deep. The kingdom of Heaven is within us. God gave the best heaven had. Are we going to keep trying to drag the most high God into court to press charges?:
Message version of the bible says job 40:2 (God speaking:) "are you going to haul me, the Mighty One, into court and press charges?"
You can either build a case against someone or agree with the case that is for them.
Jesus the best bliss.

Saturday, January 23, 2010

V 7

Boost session with a family just over the road from our digs.
Sharing songs, contacts, laughs.
The children lined up on the bench beside me with their baloons (given by Hitchener crew). Some of our team were told a testimony of a little child who could not walk being healed and walking (On the last trip some of this team laid hands on this small one! )Yip, yip, yay. We dropped in to a family of a famous soccer player who had died recenty. They lived in a village just out of the Capitol. The village is the biggest in Vanuatu I was told. Went to airport and said goodbye to v town and one of the team. Peace to Vanuatu.

Friday, January 15, 2010

Breif day 6 V town!

-Two baptisms early this morning.
-On a search to deliver mail from Australia to a little girl named Dolce.
-Walking the streets of Port Villa and Iririki with a local- singing together.
-Hospital showing more vacant beds- We sing and dance again: catching glimpses of bliss. Jesus solution plus. Playing silly fellas with some of the children and them busting out wonderful responses. Saying goodbye to some of our singing partners as we are booked to fly out tomorrow.
-To the central fruit and vegies market in Vanuatu where I was invited to share some of my experience with Jesus-Over the loud speaker: In the name of Jesus we have the victory! People asked us for healing. We laid hands on them in Jesus name: right there in the middle of the bananas and mangoes. Jesus in us and absolutely blissin over us.

Day five alive

Today we drove further, along a really good road. We arrived at this small village with our big brother Benson driving and his two little princesses in the Van with us (they were ready for a swim .....floaty rings and all) we pulled up to a stop right outside one village shack. The team leader was aware that the owner of this place was in a wheelchair. We prayed on him and encouraged him to walk. He stood to his feet then sat back down. Then I went for a swim with Benson and his two daughters. The rest of our crew made their way to another house (hut). I saw these young fellas carrying a canoe down to the ocean. Keen to help I approached and asked if i could lift it with them. We carried it down to the sea's edge. I had my flippers and was cheering for a swim. One young fella offered a ride in the outrigger type canoe and said he would drop me off out the back of the breakers. So yay, I was paddling a canoe with the locals(so fun).Then one of our crew called for me and we went to pray, sing and dance with the oldest man in the village. He had some no good disease ripping him off and sometimes he would motion like he wanted to punch me. The Holy Spirit is so strong.

Another old fella cut fresh paw-paw for us and we ate it together in his rest area near the beach. After our swim we went to the creek to rinse a local fella rigged up a pipe to the stream so we could squat and shower.

More vacant beds were showing when we arrived at the hospital. Jesus is in a good mood with us.

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

The man who grabbed the uke in sick bed is now out of hospital.

Yesterday in v town (day four).

Walked down slippery paths into villages to spread the cheer. Hitchener kids handing out baloons to children here and there: Testing out their lungs in the stickyness. Laughing, singing, smiles and cheer. Our v local family shared songs with us.

Swims in saltwater.

Went back to spread the goodness song in the hospital to find out that the guy that grabbed the uke and busted out song (who reported after his pain was gone) was now no longer in the hospital. JESUS GOODNESS PLUS.
One young fellow with cornrows in his hair walked up to me and jordo in the hospital saying: 'so what do we do now?' (he was keen to flow out the merry tunes). I was happy to see that this young mans friend's bed was in the cubicle down from where our song broke out the other 3 nights. So the love song spreads like fire. We had a buzzing time singing with our young brothers and i was dancing in the middle of the cubicle. Celebrate JESUS. Expressions of Joy

Monday, January 11, 2010

Vanuatu Brief

Brief after 3rd day:

Hospital blissin:
` hands on sick- sick getting well
` Jammin on the uke and kazoo in the hospital- happy tunes from many voices inside one whole section of the hospital (e good for sing sing: pain go). Dancing in the hospital. Cheering in the hospital. healing in the hospital.

Village blissin:
`walking into villages- song breaking out: sharing tunes together. Baptisim.
`smiling, dancing, kazoo for villige children- laughing, running, smiling.

Central market place blissin:
`Sit for food- Invitation to do an even devotion one night this week (yet to happen) over the main loud speaker in the central marketplace POrt Villa Vanuatu.

Saturday, January 9, 2010

Young Lady in Vanuatu

A young girl shared a bit of her story with me (testimony): A growth on neck. Doctors cut it open. Only found blood no cancer......
Doctors then told her it was a curse from witch doctor(she also had been to witch doctor to try for cure)and that she had three days alive..
They sent her to a small room to die..After trying for cure from all these men she turned to God.........
Now many years later she is still alive...............The growth still appears to be on her neck so i placed my hand on it.

Friday, January 8, 2010

Vanuatu Bliss

Getting fit for flight..........Expression of Bliss Kingdom in Vanuatu.
Bliss out! Booked to be on the Island tomorrow.

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